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MORE PEOPLE WATCHED

ELVIS THAN THE

MOON LANDING

On January 14th, 1973, Elvis graced the stage in Honolulu, Hawaii in what was dubbed the “Aloha from Hawaii” concert. Several thousand were in attendance and cameras were rolling. Later, it was estimated that Elvis' performance was viewed by a global audience of over 1.5 billion people, and was the most-watched broadcast by an individual entertainer in television history. The concert was seen by more Americans than the number of people who watched the first man land on the moon. PHOTOGRAPH FROM THE ARCHIVES AT GRACELAND

ARTWORK: LUKE ROSS

GRAPHIC ELVIS - FREE COMIC BOOK DAY PREVIEW  
GRAPHIC ELVIS - FREE COMIC BOOK DAY PREVIEW  

A preview of the limited hardcover, collector’s item anthology entitled, “Graphic Elvis” which is limited to only 2,500 copies worldwide and...